Described as the world’s smallest and lightest 4K installation projector, two 4K installation projectors will be combined to show the future of double-4K imaging, using content created using Canon’s latest professional cameras.

With several areas, each dedicated to the latest developments in Canon’s imaging technology, the stand will feature recent additions to both the LV and XEED lines as well as ‘touch and try’ demonstrations of high definition cameras.

Chief among the attractions will be the XEED 4K500ST, where visitors can get full information on features such as Marginal Focus, a unique tool that allows content projected onto a curved screen to stay in focus.

The strand experience will also include info on how Canon’s research into lens technology has led to advances in projection quality and capabilities.

The area will also include an immersive double-4K demonstration by stitching together two XEED 4K500ST projectors and firing the images at a curved screen with what Canon promises will be a real show stopper.

The imagery was shot at above 4K resolution with a Canon EOS 5DS R camera and with the aim of reaching new levels of depth and realism.

In the Versatile Simplicity Zone, XEED projectors will demonstrate features like PC-less edge blending and open up new possibilities for installations using HDBaseT technology.

These will be demonstrated with the XEED WUX500 and the XEED WUX6010 respectively.

Canon adds that the recently launched XEED WUX6010 will also show how Canon projectors can function at a brightness comparable to higher lumen competitor models thanks to their exceptional lenses.

The Reliable Flexibility Zone on the stand will feature a new dual lamp model, the LX-MU700, created for installations where continued high brightness is required, or where there is limited access to the projector.

In the Creative Capture Zone, a touch and try area will offer interaction possibilities with the Canon EOS C300 Mark II with 4K lens, the Canon EOS 5DS, the Canon XC10 4K camcorder and the XF205 camcorder.

Over in the Digital Signage Zone, Canon projectors will be used for a variety of digital signage applications, allowing for versatile multimedia installations enabled by the vibrant faithful colour reproduction of Canon’s AISYS optical projection technology. 

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